Question about Acer Aspire One AOA150-1570 Notebook PC
Fujitsu 3D Accelerator built in to this Acer notebook detected this notebook fell. When powering on, the notebook now asks for hard drive password. Acer Technical Support says the default passwords are "acer" and "000000" but neither works. Any ideas?
The best way is to try and reset your CMOS. This a chip
inside which holds the password details. If you feel comfortable enough, open
up your laptop and look for a battery (try under the keyboard), similar to one in a watch. Unplug this,
and leave it for 10 seconds and then try plugging it back in. If this doesn’t
work, call Fujitsu up and in some cases they can give you an administrator
password to override this issue.
Best of luck
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